The H1, or Hybrid 1 is the new overstable driver in the Prodigy line. This disc is described as a very overstable speed 10 driver that fills the gap between the X1 and the F1. Prodigy claims this disc is extremely overstable for 90% of disc golfers, highly predictable, and has become a favorite on forehand and overhand shots alike.
The Discraft Buzzz OS is the more overstable brother to the most popular disc golf disc in the world, the Discraft Buzzz. This new OS frisbee has the same great feel disc golfers have grown to love, with additional stability. The Buzzz OS is ideal for those times when the wind picks. This disc is also an excellent choice for forehand shots that need to fly on a straight line.
Discraft gives the Buzzz OS a stability rating of 1.7. First runs are being produced in ultra durable Elite Z plastic. Discraft describes the Buzzz OS this way,
“It’s more overstable than a Wasp, much less than a Drone. And Buzzz OS feels like a Buzzz in your hand, lending a familiar confidence that adds up to success when the final score is tallied.”
The Innova TL3 is a slightly modified, faster version of the Teebird Long disc golf disc.
Innova says: “The GStar TL3 is the evolution of the TL. Much like the longer faster TeeBird3, the TL3 has a bit more speed and a little less glide for more control. Think: TeeBird control, straighter flight AND finish.”
The MVP Impulse is the fourth true distance driver introduced to the MVP Disc Golf discs line was made available June 20th, 2014. The Impulse is more understable than the MVP Inertia and extends the range of Switch and provides maximum distance for moderate arm disc golfers..Disc golfers with big arms will find this as a useful utility driver for tailwinds, and beginners will find this as a driver that will flat out provide more distance.
This new Latitude 64 Missilen (Swedish for Missle) is a unique new distance driver that features hexagonal cavities on the disc designed to help reduce drag. The shape of this new disc combined with the new technology will help this driver fly like a missle with unmatched end of flight speed. This very well could be the fastest golf disc out there.
The Missilen is not be for the average disc golfer, and will likely only perform well for experienced players that generate exceptional speed and snap. The initial flight ratings for the Missilen are something like 15/3/0/4. This disc has a very wide 2.5cm rim, the same as the Discraft Nuke or Innova Boss.
If the Hexagon design really performs well, we will likely see future disc golf discs discs of more moderate speeds follow.
The Dagger is a new putter by Latitude 64. This disc was developed with the help of pro disc golfer Dave Feldberg to bring Latitude 64 a deep beaded putter similar to the Discraft Challenger and Gateway Wizard. When compared with the popular Wizard,we see this disc is not quite as deep. The 1.5cm rim depth is .3cm less.
The Dagger is designed to ‘float’ into the chains at lower speeds so as to minimize the probability of longer comeback putts. This putter disc is perfect for lofting push putts because it typically is a very straight flyer.
A limited edition of this new putter was available at the Glass Blown Open tournament in Emporia Kansas.
This one of the few speed 13 distance drivers recommended for new golfers.
Discraft says this about the Daedalus: “A distance driver for humans who want to soar with gods. The Daedalus has wings to fly far down the fairway. The Daedalus is a new maximum downwind distance driver crafted for less powerful players. The disc will double as a long distance roller for more experienced players. The Daedalus likes to be thrown low. Make sure it doesn’t soar too close to the sun.”
he FD2 is a stable flying fairway driver with TeeBird like flight ratings. Discmania gives their second fairway driver this description: “The FD2 is a reliable speed 7 staple fairway driver for all skill levels. It’s not too glidey so as to avoid it from sailing off-target and it comes equipped with a low-speed fade you can depend on. Packed with a nice amount of high speed stability, this disc provides you with some nice straight lines when thrown flat and hard. The more power you put behind this disc, the straighter lines you will see it deliver. When thrown more gently, the fade will kick in earlier in it’s flight making it’s ability in cutting corners a lot easier.”
MVP has this to say about there electric disc: “The Tesla’s responsive design balances a subtle turn and reliable fade, while a pronounced glide and forward finish gain extra distance. The Tesla extends high power or headwind lines and has plenty of bite to fade back reliably and reduce lateral drift. The Tesla can be considered the big brother to our acclaimed Volt fairway driver. Choose the Tesla for long-range pinpoint accuracy.”
The Legacy Outlaw is a solid high speed driver for experienced disc golfers. It is also slightly taller and the diameter is one mm smaller. It comes with a moderately thick rim and a mild dome. This is Legacy 64s answer to Innovas Destroyer